New Pew research findings show confidence in science remains high, but there are some important caveats.
A new study finds that handwashing at airports is probably the single most effective method for preventing pandemics.
A NYT opinion piece repeats all the common alternative medicine tropes in service to the further exploitation of women.
A new study helps put the state of stem cell research into context.
The claims made for black cumin follow a familiar pattern – implausible and a lack of evidence.
Probiotics still don't live up to the hype, and online information is mostly misleading.
Anti-vaccine misinformation has a body count.
Spelling to Communicate is just another form a facilitated communication, an invalid technique that was disproved decades ago but refuses to die.
Spouting classic anti-vaccine tropes is no way to prove you are not anti-vaccine.
What does the evidence say about using virtual reality to treat PTSD?